To a technology outsider, it may seem like everyone is “technical.” Internet giants dominate the job market, and online startups are a dime a dozen, and there aren’t very many women in tech. Working in tech is not just about coding. It’s about all aspects of one’s career. Tech is a hot sector, and it’s exciting to see more women getting involved. But let’s not count our chickens before they hatch. We still have a long way to go before we reach gender equality at the core of the industry, and the recent boom of “women in tech” might be misleading. 

“In the face of the disruptive forces changing the working world, organizations need to become much more adaptable to rapid change — and they need their people to be flexible and agile to match, at a time when it’s getting harder to a source, manage, motivate and retain talent while controlling costs.

Lead like a woman, Michelle Hyde, an expert in Information Technology modernization, talks about taking disparate data points and normalizing them to see patterns and pathways.  Tune in as she discusses her entrepreneurial journey, and find out why she holds on to the best advice she has ever received: be confident!